With the release of Microsoft Office Suite 2013 in January, consumers have been changing over to the newest design. But the hefty price tag is a bit much for many.
If you can't afford it, there's good news. You can get a powerful alternative for free.
LibreOffice offers six programs that will feel instantly familiar you if you've used Office before. There's Writer to replace Word, Calc to replace Excel and Impress that replaces PowerPoint. There are drawing, database and equation programs, too.
On top of these, there are plenty of extensions and templates you can add to give the program more features.
LibreOffice is compatible with the most popular document formats, including Office documents.
LibreOffice will install Java, which has some security concerns. To stay safe, make sure you disable Java in your browser. Here's how you can do it.